Mar 3, 2013 9:30am EST
make. buying drugs on the street. you are against the law and that has nothing to do with whether or not you are on welfare. you are on welfare or drunk. >> here's the theory. if i put a check on your right pocket. aren'tip paying for your drugs? >> yes, i am violating the law in the first place. if i rob a bank it is it the same thing. >> if you are going to do it. you have to make the treatment programs are affordable and accessible. millions was americans suffer and only 11 percent in proper treatment programs. >> costs more to do it >> corporate america drug test. is it kind of the same thing. >> hold ohold on. >> simple. >> we'll get marjorie in it. >> if i work for fox and they want to drug test me. ifip fail, they fire my. why can't we do that with welfare assistance. there is it plentev - plenty of other programs that they don't get tested. corporate america is one thing and an question but harder to implement. >> but a simple moral end to this eric. legalized druppings and end welfare and costs taxpayers no one. >> johnathon that is a big can of worms. thank you very for
Mar 10, 2013 9:30am EDT
weevils, believe me a republic nor our economy rests on a federal law librarian making $115,000 year. >> scott brown, do we need three white house caligrafhers. >> the president should be getting transfer authority, thible to make those cuts thoughtfully. he's turned it down of the he made it very clear he wants it to be on the backs of the republicans republicans and have people blame the republicans. it's time for leadership and time to get in there and delegate to your authorities, to your cabinet chiefs and have harry reid and others actually delegate to the chairman to find those cuts and do it right away. >> let's go to the doctor, really, sequester started at the white house. why can't the white house start cutting its own and doing it the right way? >> well, eric, let's look at the cal graph, they get paid 30 to $50 an hour. there are ceremonial functions for the presidency. i think we should go after big cuts like getting out of afghanistan. >> hold on, hold on. hold on. nickel and diming? you tell me if this is nickel and diming. ii went to white house.gov and downloaded th
Mar 9, 2013 1:30pm PST
1900s. and i don't think the federal employees to grow bole weevils. it doesn't rest on federal law library making $115,000 a year. >> eric: do we need three white house cali graphers? >> they should make those cuts. the president has turn i had down. he wants it to be on republicans and have people blame the republicans. it's time for leadership and time to get in there and delegate authorities to the cabinet chiefs and have harry reid delegate to the chairman to find those cuts and do it right away. >> eric: really, sequester started at the white house. why can't the white house start cutting its own and do it the right way? >> eric, let's look at the cali graphers. they get paid $30-50 an hour. there are ceremonial functions for the presidency. i think you are nickel and diming. i think we should go big cuts, getting out of afghanistan. >> holding on. >> nickel and diming. you tell me if this is nickel and diming. i went to website, and downloaded the white house employees. it's 28 pages long. listen to this. hotel on. listen -- $130,000 special assistant to the president. $102,0
Mar 2, 2013 1:30pm PST
. you are against the law. that has nothing to do whether or not you are on welfare. you are drunk and you are welfare and, oilt doesn't matter. >> eric: if i put a check in your right pocket and take money out of your left pocketed to pay for drugs, aren't i paying drugs. >> by the way if i rob a bank it's the same thing. >> if you are going to do it you have to make sure you have treatment programs fallen and accessible. at the end of the day. millions of americans who suffer from substance abuse problems, 11% are in treatment programs. we need more treatment programs. >> corporate america drug tests. you get a paycheck, i got to drug test you -- isn't it the same thing? >> if i work for fox and they want to drug test me, they can if i fail they can fire me. why can't we do that with welfare recipients. >> but you have social security, medicare, medicaid and plenty of programs they don't get drug tested. corporate america is one thing, and it's an interesting question, but it's hard to implement, it really would be. >> it's a simple moral end of this, legalize drugs and end welfare.